Perhaps only the most desperate people can decide to play for money in online casinos. It is impossible to check the outcome of a “random” event, the probability of winning inherently in the algorithm is unknown, it is not clear who is behind all of this, and in general, will the winnings be given back? There is too much uncertainty, do you agree? After all, online casinos are virtual at their core, these are just bits and bytes on some remote server that can be simply manipulated to fit the “randomness” into your business plan.
With the advent of cryptocurrencies, freedom has come unprecedented. Now you can easily transfer any amount from point A to point B, the bank is not able to block the account at the request of the clerk, and transactions are public and irreversible. The revolution was supposed to come to the world of gambling because, with freedom and anonymity, with crypto appeared new opportunities for fraudsters of various stripes. The casino works with chances and probabilities, and question is, how could gambling sites show their own transparency and convince gamblers of the independence of random processes? The answer to this question is given by cryptography.